The Kali-dancehall crooner christened Brian Mumba Kasoka Bwembya, but popularly known as B’Flow is no slouch when it comes to influencing people and making a statement. He is a young man who wears many hats of accomplishments and yet; he is unrelenting in his efforts to impact his generation. But most notable attribute he possesses is the fact that he manages to still stay humble.
We would need a full paragraph to properly introduce his; but let’s give it a try. He is not just a dancehall and hip-hop artiste, he is also a media entrepreneur, a non-political and social commentator, a social justice advocate, a part-time radio presenter, a global ambassador for AHF (AIDS Healthcare Foundation); and these are just some of the hats he wears on a regular.
B’Flow is the first and only Zambian to release his album at the American embassy in Zambia, and one of his proudest moments was having Barack Obama, the former president of the USA gave him a special recognition while delivering his speech at the 2015 Mandela Leadership Conference in Washington DC. B’Flow also received a special invitation in 2017 from the Obamas to attend the inaugural Obama Foundation Summit, in Chicago.
But rather than spill all the tea on B’Flow’s accomplishments and future projects, make sure to tune in to Friday’s episode of Zed Top 10 and hear everything from the horse’s mouth directly.
Catch Shadaya in the hot seat with K’Chinga on Zed Top 10 this Friday at 21:00 only on Zambezi Magic DStv Channel 160 and the repeat on Saturday at 10:00. Engage with the show by liking our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and on Instagram using #ZMZedTop10.